The Raiders are reportedly set to re-sign Corey Horsburgh, Emre Guler and Hudson Young on long-term extensions to stay within the nation’s capital.
According to The Daily Telegraph, Guler has reportedly agreed to a three-year deal to stay underneath Ricky Stuart till the top of 2026.
Meanwhile, Young and Horsburgh are stated to be near signing their respective extensions to affix Joseph Tapine, who additionally re-signed till the top of 2027.
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Horsburgh’s present contract has a mutual possibility for 2025, whereas Young can negotiate with rivals for 2025 come November 1.
Canberra bosses have moved to lock within the trio in preparation for veteran prop Josh Papali’i’s retirement.
The consultant gun has an possibility in his favour for the 2025 season and will effectively determine to hold up the boots.
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The news comes within the midst of a contract battle to retain celebrity playmaker Jack Wighton.
The 30-year-old shocked the Canberra membership by informing them he would hit the open market.
The Raiders have reportedly tabled a whopping four-year extension price $4.4 million with rival golf equipment circling to poach the five-eighth.
Wayne Bennett’s Dolphins are reportedly within the race and has beforehand acknowledged he’d be keen to pay Wighton north of $1 million-per-season.
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